On Monday, September 21, 2020 Tablet Command will release Tablet Command 2.4 to the App Store. This release includes enhancements like an easier way to select map attributes that are close to each other, history of unit assignments, comment filtering on the Activity Screen, and improvements to switching to the Overview Screen for our two way customers. It also features bug fixes and performance improvements.
- Tapping near two or more map attributes will present a list to the user
- Unit history is now able to be inspected by tapping the unit tile
- General improvements and minor bug fixes
- Improved synchronizing Tasks
- Comments can be filtered in Activity View by All, CAD, or Priority Comments
ENTERPRISE PRO Two Way
- Improved switching views when assigned to an incident
NEW FEATURE DETAILs
MAP ATTRIBUTE SELECTION
When you tap on an area of the map with many attributes such as several AVL units in close proximity or multiple address points, you will be presented with a pop up which will allow you to choose which item you would like to view the GIS attributes for. This is particularly useful in the case of multiple units at the same location and obscuring each other.
In a managed incident, when you tap on a unit tile in the units view, you can see the time stamped history of the unit including assignments, tasks, work timer resets, personnel changes, and if the unit was promoted to group/division supervisor.
On the Activity Screen users can choose to see all comments, only Priority Comments, or only CAD Comments. This is very useful in an active managed incident with lots of comments to quickly see the priority comments which are colored based on keyword matching since Tablet Command 2.2, and to filter out the managed incident notes to just see CAD notes.
IMPROVED CHANGE VIEWS WHEN ASSIGNED
From any screen in Tablet Command the view will automatically change to the Overview Screen for the incident that the 2 Way user is assigned to in order to facilitate easy access to information, rapid navigation and to account for users not returning the application to the Incident list at the end of each interaction. Tablet Command will not switch to the Overview Screen if the user is actively managing an incident.
Users who have application auto-update enabled will begin receiving the update automatically.